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In human physiology, the base excess (see: base) refers to the amount of acid required to return the blood pH of an individual to the normal value (pH 7,4). The value is usually reported in units of (mEq/L).

The term and concept were first introduced by Astrup and Siggaard-Andersen in 1958.

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